7    153 ISO 9001                  Oil Burner Controls                                                           LAL...   ...
Warning notes        To avoid injury to persons, damage to property or the environment, the following                     ...
•         Electromagnetic emissions must be checked from an application point of view!Engineering notes                   ...
Mechanical designLAL...                               – Plug-in design                                     – Exchangeable ...
Technical data        Operating voltage            AC 230 V -15 / +10 %     Power consumption                           AC...
Function                                                  Two-stage expanding flame burner                                ...
Flame supervision                          LAL...                                           With a photoresistive detector...
Startup sequence   A     Start command by «R»                         ⇒ «R» closes the start control loop between terminal...
B     Operating position of the burner                  B-C   Burner operation                        – During burner oper...
Control program underfault conditions andlockout indicationWhenever a fault occurs, the sequence switch stops and with it ...
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  1. 1. 7 153 ISO 9001 Oil Burner Controls LAL... Oil burner controls • With / without air pressure check for checked air damper control • Flame supervision with – photoresistive detectors QRB1... – blue-flame detectors QRC1..., or – selenium photocell detectors RAR... The oil burner controls LAL... are tested and certified to EN 230. They carry the CE mark in compliance with the directives for electromagnetic compatibility! The LAL... and this data sheet are intended for use by OEMs which integrate the burner controls in their products!Use – Control and supervision of oil atomization burners – For burners of medium to high capacity – For intermittent operation (at least one controlled shutdown every 24 hours) – Universally applicable for multistage or modulating burners – For burners of stationary air heaters (WLE to DIN 4794) LAL1... – Yellow- and blue-flame burners without air pressure supervision LAL2... – Yellow-flame burners with air pressure supervision LAL3.25 – For special applications, e.g. burners of incinerator plants (refer to «Type summary» and «Notes») LAL4... – Yellow- and blue-flame burners with air pressure supervision For burner controls used with burners in continuous operation, refer to data sheet 7785 (types LOK16...).Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 1/17
  2. 2. Warning notes To avoid injury to persons, damage to property or the environment, the following warning notes must be observed! ! • LAL... are safety devices. It is therefore not permitted to open, interfere with or modify the units! • The unit must be completely isolated from the mains supply before performing any wiring changes in the connection area of the LAL...! • Check all safety functions when putting the burner control into operation or after performing service work! • Ensure protection against electric shock on the unit itself and on all electrical connections through appropriate mounting! • Always press lockout reset button manually, without using any tools or pointed objects!Mounting notes • In the geographical areas where DIN standards are in use, the installation must be in compliance with VDE requirements, particularly with the standards DIN / VDE 0100 and 0722! In all other areas in compliance with national and local standards and regulations. • All regulations and standards applicable to the particular application must be observed!Installation notes • Installation and commissioning work may only be carried out by qualified personnel! • Observe the notes on the laying of detector cables (refer to «Technical data»)! • Ignition cables must always be run separate from the unit and other cables while observing the greatest possible distances! • Check wiring carefully before putting the burner control into operation!2/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  3. 3. • Electromagnetic emissions must be checked from an application point of view!Engineering notes • Switches, fuses, earthing, etc., must be installed in compliance with local regulations! • Valves and other components must be connected as specified in the documentation provided by the burner manufacturer! 22 24 + R A R ... LAL2 1 2 21 3 13 12 14 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 9 11 10 8 22 23 24 1(3) LR B Q R B 1 ... SB AL W EK2 z LP R v a M m SA H M1 M2 Z BV1 BV2 L N LK 1 2 7 1 5 3 a 03 /049 8 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x Live and neutral may not be Connect safety limit thermostat in the line interchanged! – Manual reset (e.g. «SB») y Remote reset When connecting button «EK2» from terminal 21 to – terminal 3, only remote reset – terminal 1, remote reset and remote emergency shutdown z With LAL...: Required switching capacity of switching devices connected between terminals 4 and 5 max. AC 1 A With LAL2... / LAL 3... / LAL 4...: Required switching capacity – of switching devices connected between terminal 12 and «LP» max. AC 1 A – of «LP» max. AC 5 A { Control contacts of other devices in the burner plant must be connected as follows (when using series connection): To terminal 4 or 5 Contacts which must be closed from startup to controlled shutdown ⇒ Otherwise no start or shutdown To terminal 12 Contacts which must only be closed on startup (not with LAL1...) ⇒ Otherwise no startup To terminal 14 Contacts which must be closed no later than at the beginning of «t3» or (not with LAL1...) «t3´», and which must remain closed until controlled shutdown occurs ⇒ Otherwise lockout | Maximum amperage Refer to «Technical data» } «Z» connected to terminal 15 «t3´» and «t3n» ~ Connection of «BV...» to Refer to «Application examples» terminal 20  When using a burner without air damper, or with an air damper not controlled and supervised by the LAL..., terminal 8 must be connected to terminal 6! € Wire link «B» When wire link «B» is fitted, the LAL... initiates lockout if flame failure occurs (clearly marked on the during operation. underside of the LAL... ) For repetition of the startup sequence, wire link «B» on the plug-in section of the LAL... must be cut away; just cutting is not permitted!  For permissible length and laying of detector lines, refer to «Flame supervision»Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 3/17
  4. 4. Mechanical designLAL... – Plug-in design – Exchangeable unit fuse (incl. spare fuse)LAL3.25 Differences to LAL1... / LAL2... / LAL4... – Extraneous light does not trigger lockout - during burner off times - during the pre-purge time – Extraneous light prevents burner startupHousing – Made of impact-proof and heat-resistant black plastic – Lockout reset button with viewing window, located behind it are: - The lockout warning lamp - The lockout indicator - coupled with the program spindle - visible in the transparent lockout reset button - uses easy-to-remember symbols to indicate the type of fault and the point in time lockout occurredBase – Base and plug-in section of the LAL... are designed such that only burner controls of the LAL... type can be plugged in – With 24 connection terminals – With auxiliary terminals «31» and «32» – With 3 earth terminals in the form of a lug for earthing the burner – With 3 neutral terminals - prewired to terminal 2 – With 14 knockout holes for the cable entry by means of cable glands - 8 at the side - 6 in the bottom of the base – With 6 lateral knockout holes (threaded) for cable entry glands Pg11Type summary Switching times are given in the burner startup sequence, valid for 50 Hz mains frequency. At 60 Hz, the switching times are about 20 % shorter. Flash steam generators Universal application Medium and heavy oil burners Flame supervision with QRB1... or QRC1... for blue- LAL1.25 flame burners LAL4.25A27 Flame supervision with QRB1... or RAR... LAL2.14 LAL2.25 LAL2.65 Possibility of air pressure supervision Possibility of semi-automatic startup Same as LAL2.25 with the following exception: Special application, extraneous light does not cause burner lockout, but e.g. incinerator plants prevents burner startup LAL3.25 t1 10 s 22.5 s 67.5 s t2 4s 5s 5s t3 2s 2.5 s 2.5 s t3´ from start ¹) from start ¹) from start ¹) t3n 10 s 15 s 15 s t4 8s 7.5 s 7.5 s t5 4s 7.5 s 7.5 s t6 10 s 15 s 15 s t7 2s 2.5 s 2.5 s t8 30 s 47.5 s 92.5 s t10 6s 10 s 10 s t11 optional optional optional t12 optional optional optional t13 10 s 15 s 15 s t16 4s 5s 5s t20 32 s 35 s 12.5 s ¹) With air pressure supervision: from the time the air pressure signal is received4/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  5. 5. Technical data Operating voltage AC 230 V -15 / +10 % Power consumption AC 3.5 VA With LAL2... also AC 100 V -15 %...AC 110 V +10 % Mounting position optional Degree of protection IP 40 Mains frequency 50 Hz -6 %...60 Hz +6 % Unit fuse (built-in) T6,3H250V to IEC 127 Permissible input current at terminal 1 AC 5 A continuously Prefuse (external) max. 10 A peaks of max. 20 A Weight Permissible amperage - Burner control approx. 1000 g at control terminals 3, 6, 7, 9...11, 15...20 - Base approx. 165 g 4 A continuously peaks up to 20 A QRB1... refer to data sheet 7714 total max. AC 5 A QRC1... refer to data sheet 7716 RAR... refer to data sheet 7713 Required switching capacity of switching devices - Connected between terminals 4 and 5 AC 1 A - Connected between terminals 4 and 12 AC 1 A - Connected between terminals 4 and 14 AC 5 A peaks of 20 A Environmental conditions CE conformity Transport IEC 721-3-2 According to the directives of the European Union Climatic conditions class 2K3 Electromagnetic compatibility EMC Temperature range -50...+60 °C 89 / 336 EMC incl. 92 / 31 EEC Humidity < 95 % r.h. Low voltage directive 73 / 23 EEC Mechanical conditions class 2M2 Operation IEC 721-3-3 Climatic conditions class 3K5 Temperature range -20...+60 °C Humidity < 95 % r.h. Mechanical conditions class 3M2 Condensation, formation of ice and ingress of ! water are not permitted!Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 5/17
  6. 6. Function Two-stage expanding flame burner Modulating expanding flame burner A B C D A B C D TP R TP R t7 t1 t6 t7 t1 t6 M1 M1 M M ~ M2 ~ M2 t3 t3n t3 Z Z t3" TSA TSA BV1 BV1 t4 t4 R LR R LR t16 t5 t11 t12 t5 100% M 100% M min. LK min. 0... LK 0... BV2 t11 t12 t13 RV FS t13 7 15 3a09/0498 FS 7 153 a10/0498Legend BV... Fuel valve M... Fan or burner motor FS Flame signal amplifier R Control thermostat or pressurestat LK Air damper RV Modulating fuel valve LR Load controller Z Ignition transformerGeneral The following features of the LAL... exceed the standards, thus offering a high level of additional safety: – Detector and extraneous light test are restarted immediately on completion of the after-burn time «t13». This means that open or not fully closed valves immediately initiate lockout at the end of «t13». The test ends only on completion of «t1» of the next startup sequence – The correct functioning of the flame supervision circuit is automatically checked during each burner startup sequence – The control contacts for the release of fuel are checked for welding during «t6» – A built-in unit fuse protects the control contacts against overloadingControl of burner – Burner operation with or without post-purging – Fan motors with an amperage up to 4 A can be connected directly ⇒Starting current max. 20 A – Separate control outputs for - pre-ignition from start command - post-ignition until shortly before the burner startup sequence is completed - short pre-ignition with post-ignition up to the end of «TSA» – Separate control outputs for the positioning directions OPEN, CLOSE and MIN of the actuator – Checked air damper operation to ensure pre-purging with the nominal amount of air. Checked positions: - CLOSED or MIN on startup ⇒ Low flame position - OPEN at the beginning, and - MIN on completion of «t1» If the actuator does not drive the air damper to the required position, the burner startup sequence will be stopped – Two control outputs for the release of the second and third output stage, or for load control – When load control is enabled, the control outputs for the actuator will be galvanically separated from the units control section – Connection facilities for: - a remote lockout warning device - remote reset - remote emergency shutdown – In addition, with LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4...: - possibility of air pressure supervision with functional test of the air pressure monitor on startup - possibility of semi-automatic burner startup6/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  7. 7. Flame supervision LAL... With a photoresistive detector QRB1.... or, optionally, LAL1... / LAL4... With a blue-flame detector QRC1... for the supervision of blue-burning oil burners LAL2... / LAL3... With a selenium photocell detector RAR... ⇒ Active detector – Detector and extraneous light test are carried out automatically during the burner off times and the pre-purge time «t1» – If loss of flame occurs during operation, the burner control initiates lockout – If automatic repetition of the startup sequence is required, the clearly marked wire link on the plug-in section of the LAL... must be cut away ⇒ Start repetition LAL1... with LAL2... / LAL3... with LAL4... with QRB1... QRC1... QRB1... RAR... QRB1... QRC1... Min. detector current required at AC 230 V 95 µA 80 µA 8 µA 6.5 µA 95 µA 80 µA Max. detector current required without flame 12 µA 12 µA 0.8 µA 0.7 µA 12 µA 12 µA Max. detector current that can occur 160 µA 130 µA 35 µA 30 µA 160 µA 130 µA Instruments + pole to term. 23 to term. 23 to term. to term. to term. 23 to term. 23 22 22 Length of detector line In the same cable as the control lines max. 30 m --- not perm. --- max. 30 m --- Separate cable in the cable duct RAR7...: --- max. 1000 m --- 20 m 30 m max. 1000 m Three-wire cable --- max. 1 m --- --- --- max. 1 m Two-wire cable for the detector line (bl, sw); separate --- max. 20 m --- --- --- max. 20 m single-wire cable for the line (br) Shielded cable (e.g. RG62, shielding insulated) --- --- 200 m RAR8...: --- --- 100 m Shielding --- --- to term. --- --- --- 23 LA L 1... LA L1 ... LA L2 ... LA L 2... 22 23 LA L 4... 22 23 1 LA L4 ... 22 23 LA L3 ... 22 24 LA L 3... 7 1 5 3v0 1/0 4 .9 8 bl sw br 7 1 5 3 v0 5 /0 4 9 8 7 1 5 3 v0 2 /0 4 9 8 7 1 53 v03 /04 9 8 + + + + µA DC µA DC µA DC µA DC Q R B 1... Q R B 1 ... R A R ... + Q R C 1...Prerequisites for – If the required input signals are not present,operation - the burner control interrupts the startup sequence at the points marked by symbols - the LAL...initiates lockout where this is required by safety regulations ⇒ Refer to diagram – The symbols used are identical with those on the burner controls lockout indicatorPrerequisites for burner – Burner control not interlocked in lockout positionstartup – Sequence switch in start position ⇒ With LAL1..., voltage present at terminals 4 and 11 ⇒ With LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4..., voltage present at terminals 11 and 12 – Air damper closed – Limit switch «z» for the CLOSED position must feed voltage from terminal 11 to terminal 8 – The contact of the limit thermostat or pressure monitor «W» as well as the contacts of any other switching devices in the control loop between terminals 4 and 5 must be closed ⇒ E.g. a control contact for the oil pre-heater temperatureOther prerequisites for With the exception of LAL1...burner startup – Control contacts between terminal 12 and «LP» must be closed! – Normally closed contact of the air pressure monitor must be closed ⇒ «LP» testLandis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 7/17
  8. 8. Startup sequence A Start command by «R» ⇒ «R» closes the start control loop between terminals 4 and 5 – The sequence switch starts to run ⇒ Only pre-purging: Fan motor connected to terminal 6 immediately receives voltage ⇒ Pre- and post-purging: Fan motor or flue gas fan connected to terminal 7 receives voltage on completion of «t7» – On completion of «t16», the control command for opening the air damper is given via terminal 9 – Terminal 8 receives no voltage during the positioning time – The sequence switch continues to run only after the air damper has fully opened t1 Pre-purge time with air damper fully open – During «t1», the correct functioning of the flame supervision circuit is checked – The burner control goes to lockout if correct functioning is not ensured With LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4... Shortly after the beginning of «t1», the air pressure monitor must change over from terminal 13 to terminal 14. ⇒ Otherwise, the burner control will initiate lockout ⇒ Start of air pressure check TSA Ignition safety time On completion of «TSA», a flame signal must be present at terminal 22. It must always be available until controlled shutdown occurs. ⇒ Otherwise, the burner control will initiate lockout and lock itself in the lockout position t3 Short pre-ignition time «Z» must be connected to terminal 16, release of fuel via terminal 18. t3´ Long pre-ignition time «Z» connected to terminal 15. With LAL1... «Z» is switched on when the start command is given. With LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4... «Z» is switched on only when «LP» changes over. ⇒ No later than at the end of «t10» – On completion of «t1», the LAL... via terminal 10 drives the air damper to the low flame position ⇒ The low flame position is determined by the changeover point of auxiliary switch «m» in the actuator – During the positioning time, the sequence switch does not move ⇒ Until terminal 8 receives voltage via «m» – The sequence switch motor is connected to the control section of the LAL... ⇒ Positioning signals fed to terminal 8 have no influence now on the further startup sequence and the subsequent burner operation t3n Post-ignition time – «Z» must be connected to terminal 15 – With short pre-ignition, «Z» remains switched on until «TSA» has elapsed ⇒ Connection to terminal 16 t4 Interval «BV1-BV2» or «BV1-LR» – On completion of «t4», voltage is present at terminal 19 – The voltage is required to supply power to «BV2» connected to auxiliary switch «v» in the actuator t5 Interval – On completion of «t5», terminal 20 receives voltage. At the same time, control outputs 9 to 11 and input 8 are galvanically separated from the LAL...s control section ⇒ The LAL... is now protected against reverse voltages from the load control circuit – With the release of «LR» at terminal 20, the start-up sequence of the burner control ends – After a few idle steps (steps without contact position changes), the sequence switch switches itself off8/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  9. 9. B Operating position of the burner B-C Burner operation – During burner operation, «LR» drives the air damper to the nominal load or low flame position, depending on heat demand – Release of the nominal load is given by auxiliary switch «v»in the actuator – In the event of loss of flame during operation, the LAL... initiates lockout – For automatic repetition of the startup sequence, the clearly marked wire link «B» on the plug-in section of the LAL... must be cut away C Controlled shutdown In the case of a controlled shutdown, the «BV...» will immediately be closed. At the same time, the sequence switch is started to program «t6». C-D Sequence switch travels to the start position «A» t6 Post-purge time – Fan «M2» connected to terminal 7 – Shortly after the start of «t6», terminal 10 receives voltage ⇒ Air damper is driven to the MIN position – Complete closing of the air damper starts only shortly before «t6» has elapsed ⇒ Initiated by the control signal at terminal 11 – During the following burner off time, terminal 11 remains under voltage t13 Permissible after-burn time During «t13», the flame signal input may still receive a flame signal ⇒ No lockout D-A End of control program ⇒ Start position As soon as the sequence switch has reached the start position, having thereby switched itself off, the detector and extraneous light test will start again. During burner off times, the flame supervision circuit is under voltage. When the start position is reached: With LAL1...: a voltage signal is fed to terminal 4 With LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4...: a voltage signal is fed to terminal 12Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 9/17
  10. 10. Control program underfault conditions andlockout indicationWhenever a fault occurs, the sequence switch stops and with it the lockout indicator. The symbol above the reading mark of the indicator gives the type of fault: No start • One of the contacts has not Also refer to «Prerequisites for burner startup» closed • Extraneous light Lockout during or after completion of the control program Examples: – Flame not extinguished – Leaking fuel valves – Faulty flame supervision circuit Interruption of startup sequence • OPEN signal of changeover limit switch «a» has not been delivered to terminal 8 • Terminals 6, 7 and 15 remain under voltage until fault has been corrected • Does not apply to LAL1... P Lockout No air pressure indication at the beginning of the air pressure check • Air pressure failure Does not apply to LAL1... Lockout after air pressure check • Defect in the flame supervision circuit, faulty flame signal, extraneous light Interruption of startup sequence • Position signal of auxiliary switch «m» for the low flame position has not been delivered to terminal 8 • Terminals 6, 7 and 15 remain under voltage until fault has been corrected • 1 Lockout No flame signal present on completion of the safety time • I Lockout Flame signal has been lost during operationLockout indicator LAL1... LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4... a-b Startup sequence b-b´ Idle steps (without contact confirmation) b(b´)-a Post-purge program • Burner control can be reset immediately after a lockout ! – Do not press the lockout reset button for more than 10 seconds! • First, the sequence switch always travels to the start position - after resetting - after rectification of a fault which had led to a shutdown - after each power failure During this period of time, voltage is only fed to terminals 7, 9, 10 and 11 • Then, the LAL... programs a new burner startup10/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  11. 11. ConnectiondiagramsLAL1... A z ma t16 t7 t11 t3 ´ t1 t12 T S A t3 t4 1 t3 n AS t5 B C t1 3 t6 D 1 A 2 21 3 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 9 11 10 8 22 23 1(3) LR B Q R B 1 ... SB AL W EK2 a m R SA v M z H M1 M2 Z BV1 BV2 S LK L N 22 23 1 bl sw br 7 1 5 3 a 0 1 /0 3 9 8 Q R C 1 ... For variants, refer to «Connection examples»LAL2... / LAL3... A z ma t16 t1 0 t7 t11 P t1 t12 t3 ´ T S A t3 t4 1 t3 n t5 B C AS t1 3 t6 D 1 2 21 3 A 13 12 14 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 9 11 10 8 22 23 24 1(3) LR B Q R B 1 ... SB AL W EK2 R a z m LP SA v M H M1 M2 Z BV1 BV2 22 24 S + L 7 1 5 3 a 0 2 /0 4 9 8 R A R ... N LK For variants, refer to « Connection examples »LAL4... A z ma t16 t1 0 t7 t11 P t1 t12 t3 ´ T S A t3 t4 1 t3 n t5 B C AS t1 3 t6 D 1 2 21 3 A 13 12 14 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 9 11 10 8 22 23 24 1(3) LR B Q R B 1 ... SB AL W EK2 R a z m LP SA v M H M1 M2 Z BV1 BV2 S LK L 7 1 5 3 a 0 4 /0 4 9 8 22 23 1 N bl sw br Q R C 1 ... For variants, refer to « Connection examples »Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 11/17
  12. 12. C o ntrol o u tpu tSequence diagram A B C D a t term in al: t6 t11 t1 t12 a 4 12 * I b t7 7 t4 a 19 II b 16 a 10 III b 9 t3 IV 15 t3" t3 n a 9 V b 11 t1 6 t5 VI 20 a V II b 8 t20 a 17 V III b IX t2 a 18 X b a XI b a X II b * t10* t13 a X III b a X IV b t8 71 5 3d 01E /019 7 P o sitio ns of th e locko ut in dicator P* 1Legend a Changeover limit switch for air dampers QRC1... Blue-flame detector OPEN position AL Remote lockout indicator (alarm) QRB1... Photoresistive detector AS Unit fuse RAR... Selenium photocell detector B Wire link S Fuse bl blue SA Air damper actuator br brown sw black EK... Lockout reset button v In the actuator: auxiliary changeover switch for position-dependent release of fuel H Mains isolator W Control thermostat or pressurestat LP Air pressure monitor z In the actuator: limit switch for air dampers CLOSED position m Auxiliary changeover switch for air dampers MIN position Control signals delivered by LAL... Permitted input signals Required input signals: If these signals are not present during or , the burner control will stop the startup sequence and initiate lockout TSA Ignition safety time t7 Interval between start command and voltage at terminal 7 (start delay time for «M2») t1 Pre-purge time with air damper open t8 Duration of startup sequence (excluding «t11» and «t12») t3 Pre-ignition time, short («Z» connected to t10 Only with LAL2... / LAL3... / LAL4...: interval terminal 16) from startup to beginning of air pressure check t3´ Pre-ignition time, long («Z» connected to t11 Air damper running time to OPEN position terminal 15) t3n Post-ignition time («Z» connected to t12 Air damper running time to low flame terminal 15) position (MIN) t4 Interval between voltage at terminals 18 t13 Permissible after-burn time and 19 («BV1-BV2») t5 Interval between voltage at terminals 19 t16 Interval to the OPEN command for the air and 20 («BV2» load controller) damper t6 Post-purge time (with «M2») t20 Not with all LAL...: for self-shutdown of sequence switch * These data do not apply to LAL1...12/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa
  13. 13. ConnectiondiagramsLAL1... L S Q R C 1 ... H bl sw br SB 22 23 1 1 AS b r1 a b I Q R B 1 ... a b ar1 a r2 22 23 24 4 6 7 V W FR M1 M2 R a b B N X IV 5 a b fr1 fr2 V II a b a b IX a r3 XI X III X II IV II X V III V VI III b a a b b aa b a b a b a b EK1* AR SM b r2 L1 M M E BR A 20 3 21 2 15 16 18 17 19 9 11 1 0 8 1 (3 ) LR SA H AL v a M z m LK EK2* Z BV1 BV2 N 7 1 5 3 a 0 7 /0 4 9 6LAL2... / LAL3... L H SB R A R ... 1 + 22 23 24 AS br1 a b I Q R B 1 ... a b ar1 ar2 22 23 24 4 12 6 7 V W FR M1 M2 B R LP a b N XIV 5 13 14 fr2 a b fr1 VII b a NTC a b a b IX XII ar3 XI XIII IV II X VIII V VI III b a a b b aa b a b a b a b AR EK1* SM br2 M L1 E M BR A 20 3 21 2 15 16 1 8 17 19 9 LR 11 1 0 8 1 (3) SA H a z m AL v M LK EK2* Z BV1 BV2 N 7153a08/0598Landis & Staefa CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 13/17
  14. 14. LAL4... L H Q R C 1 ... SB 1 bl sw br AS 22 23 1 br1 a b I Q R B 1 ... a b ar1 ar2 22 23 24 4 12 6 7 V W FR M1 M2 B R LP a b N XIV 5 13 14 fr2 a b fr1 VII a b b a a b IX XII ar3 XI XIII IV II X VIII V VI III b a a b b aa b a b a b a b AR EK1* SM br2 M L1 E M BR A 20 3 21 2 15 16 1 8 17 19 9 LR 11 1 0 8 1 (3 ) SA H a z m AL v M LK EK2* Z BV1 B V2 N 7153a17/0498 ! Do not press the lockout reset button for more than 10 seconds!Legend AR Load relay with contacts «ar...» NTC Resistor (negative temperature coefficient) BR Lockout relay with contacts «br...» SM Synchronous motor of sequence switch FR Flame relay with contacts «fr...» V Flame signal amplifier L... Lockout warning lamp Pre- and post-ignition when «Z» is connected to terminal 1514/17 CC1N7153E June 26, 1998 Landis & Staefa

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